Tweeting your bank – big data, customer experience and the Cloud. A discussion with Frank DeGilio

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Steve Rogers - Director, IBM Center for Applied InsightsA few months ago, Steve Rogers, Director of the IBM Center for Applied Insights, had a great discussion with Frank DiGilio, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect for IBM Cloud.  Previously, we shared their discussion about collaboration and partnering. Today, we’re focusing on the the role of social and cloud for competitive advantage.

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IBM Executive Interview, Susan Puglia [Biz Leader Latte]

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IBM-Susan Puglia

“People from different disciplines must communicate with each other and pool their expertise effectively” – Susan Puglia, IBM VP of Global University Programs

Leslieanne John, P-TECH student and IBM CAI intern, is conducting a series of executive interview posts exploring topics such as technical skills necessary for business today, addressing technical skills gaps and preparing students for the future, and how technology integrates with education.  Her first interview was with Susan Puglia, IBM Vice President of Global University Programs & Vice Chair of the IBM Academy of Technology Board of Governors.

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Building a Smarter Planet through an Intelligent Internet of Things

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horizonwatchingIBM’s Smarter Planet initiative turns six years old this fall, and the vision painted back then is now becoming reality every single day, thanks in part to the movement toward the Internet of Things.   However, you can have an Internet of Things that is not necessarily smart (as you’ll read later).

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Cloud and the broker CIO. A discussion with Frank DeGilio, Chief Architect for Cloud

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Steve Rogers - Director, IBM Center for Applied InsightsA few months ago, Steve Rogers, Director of the IBM Center for Applied Insights, had a great discussion with Frank DiGilio, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect for IBM Cloud about how incorporating Cloud as a strategy can give businesses a competitive advantage. Last week we shared their discussion about collaboration. Today, we’re focusing on the CIO.

 

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[Quotes] Talking shop with Chief Data Officers

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A sneak peek into the great quotes and insights we’ll share in the upcoming paper on Chief Data Officers:

Leslieanne John Interview: P-TECH, President Obama, and IBM CAI

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Leslieanne John, P-TECH student and summer intern for IBM Center for Applied Insights
Leslieanne John, P-TECH student & IBM CAI intern

“Leslie Anne John epitomizes what an education like P-TECH’s can achieve.  [She's] in the 11th grade and already taking eight college classes” – President Barack Obama

Leslieanne John is a third-year student at P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) who garnered the attention of President Barack Obama during his visit to the school last year.  She is an accomplished young lady who hopes to become a lawyer in the future.  For her summer break this year, she is interning with the IBM Center for Applied Insights (IBM CAI), where she hopes to gain more knowledge in the technology field.  She will be conducting a series of executive interview blog posts for IBM CAI exploring topics such as technical skills necessary for business today, addressing technical skills gaps and preparing students for the future, and how technology integrates with education.

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Cloud leaders, BYOD and new ways of working. A discussion with Frank DeGilio, Chief Architect for Cloud

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Steve Rogers - Director, IBM Center for Applied InsightsA few months ago, Steve Rogers, Director of the IBM Center for Applied Insights, had a great discussion with Frank DiGilio, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect for IBM Cloud about how incorporating Cloud as a strategy can give businesses a competitive advantage. We’ll share excerpts and audio files of their conversation over the coming weeks.

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